We fix more
than cars.

We create opportunity.

The hands-on social enterprise making a difference

We make real change to the lives of vulnerable young people by providing hands on learning and real-world working experience.

Donate your unwanted car

All proceeds from the re-sale of donated cars goes to funding fiXit salaries for our young trainees.

Book your car in for a service

Help someone gain lifelong skills through booking a basic or major car service at our trauma-informed, safe, reliable, and trusted workshop. We also do Pre-purchase vehicle checks and reports.

Frequently asked questions

We know you’re probably wondering how all this works? Read our FAQs to help answer the most common questions we receive.

FiXit offers three types of services visit our Book A Service page for the latest pricing.

We accept cars that are in a range of conditions – from general wear and tear, to damaged and missing parts… as long as the vehicle is mobile!

Yes, your car donation is tax deductible, a tax receipt will be made available once the vehicle is on-sold or recycled.

Yes, we can organise for one of our staff members to pick up your car at a time that is suitable for you. In the process, you will also get to meet the trainees in action as they often accompany our staff while picking up cars as a learning experience.

Our fully qualified mechanics and trainers supervise the young people completing traineeships.

There are more answers to FAQs on our Donate a Car page

Our locations


27 Station Street, Dandenong VIC 3175

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Unit 1, 668 Somerville Rd, Sunshine West VIC 3020

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Who’s behind the
fiXit initiative?

fiXit is an automotive not for profit, social enterprise. Our focus is to provide short-term employment for young people who have completed Concern Australia’s five week Hand Brake Turn automotive training course.

You can learn more about Concern Australia’s Hand Brake Turn automotive training course at the Concern Australia website or watch the course overview videos on the about us page.